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“SATURDAY, JUNE 19: Sandlot DC to Commemorate Juneteenth, Promote Local Black Restaurant Owners and Chefs”


2715 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW photo via Georgetown BID

From a press release:

“This Saturday, June 19, join the Sandlot DC in collaboration with Uber Eats to celebrate Black culture, history, and food at the Sandlot Georgetown. The Juneteenth event will showcase and uplift the contributions of local Black-owned restaurants, chefs, caterers, and food truck operators to the district, and is made possible by EatOkra, Suite Nation, and &Access.

WHAT: Sandlot DC Juneteenth Celebration
WHEN: Saturday, June 19, 2021, 2 – 4 p.m.
WHERE: Sandlot Georgetown, located at 2715 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

EVENT SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Ian Callender, Sandlot Founder
Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie, Ward 5
Shawn Townsend, Mayor’s Office of Nightlife and Culture
Anela Malik, Food and Lifestyle Blogger
Restaurant Owners

All participating restaurants include:

Dogs on the Curb
EAT170
Explicit Events LLC
FishScale
Grub Rockstar Catering
Horace & Dickey’s
JD Chicken & Ribs
Klean Plate Foods LLC
Open Crumb
Puddin’
Silver Spring Wings
Soultarian
Sweet Bazil, llc
Takoma Station Wingery, LLC
TD Sauces, LLC”

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